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Tea tree (melaleuca) is one of the world’s most well-known and powerful antiseptics and wound treatments. The oil has been the center of more than 300 scientific studies regarding its antimicrobial benefits alone. The tree itself grows in Australia and has been widely used by the Aussie natives for the last 100 years. There is more than 70 years medical studies documenting its ability to kill numerous strains of fungi, bacteria and virus.

Tea Tree Oil has a range of uses from topical skin applications to household cleaning productions. It can be used to kill mold and can even treat viral infections. In more recent years, the powerful abilities of Tea Tree Oil have lead to the development of many cosmetic and household products. Its applications include shampoos laundry detergents, massage oils, nail care and face wash. It is an essential oil with the antiseptic and anti-inflammatory qualities. It is a very beneficial thing to have around the house.

Traditional Tea Tree Oil Remedies:

  • Antibacterial
  • Balsamic
  • Cicatrisant
  • Antimicrobial
  • Overall Skin Health
  • Antiviral
  • Expectorant
  • Hair Care
  • Antiseptic
  • Stimulant
  • Sudorific
  • Hygiene
  • Infection
  • Acne
  • Fungicide

Top Uses of Tea Tree Oil

There are so many health and wellness benefits to using tea tree oil. There are hundreds of applications. However, we are going to narrow it down a bit.

Tea Tree Oil for Acne

Probably the most common use, tea tree oil is used in many skin care products. It can be used in home acne treatment remedies. Studies show that it contains equally effective benefits as benzoyl peroxide. The primary difference is that there are not the unwanted side effects, such as red, dry and peeling skin.

DIY Tea Tree Oil Acne Face Wash: To make your own acne treating face wash at home, here is an easy do-it-yourself recipe. Just mix two (2) teaspoons of raw (must be raw) honey with five (5) drops of tea tree essential oil. Then, cover your face in a thin layer. Let it sit for about a minute. Then, just rinse it away.

Tea Tree for Hair

Tea Tree Oil is clinically proven to support the health of the scalp and hair. The soothing effect of Tea Tree Oil helps reduce dry flaking skin and removes dandruff. In addition, it can even be used to treat lice.

DIY Tea Tree Oil Shampoo: To make a scalp and hair treatment at home, mix together aloe vera gel, coconut milk and other essential oils (like lavender) with several drops of tea tree oil.

Tea Tree Oil for Psoriasis/Eczema

Tea Tree Oil contains qualities that relieve any type of skin inflammation. Skin conditions like psoriasis and eczema are highly responsive to treatment with tea tree oil. It is a natural remedy for these conditions that can work to get rid of dandruff, skin plaques and redness.

DIY Tea Tree Oil Eczema/Psoriasis Lotion or Body Soap: Mix together one teaspoon of coconut oil, five drops of lavender oil and 5 drops of tea tree oil. For those who struggle with stubborn Eczema or psoriasis, consider trying the GAPS diet and protocol along with supplementing your diet with vitamin D3.

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